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FOX
Dec 18, 2012 5:00pm PST
last week. two san francisco police officers saved the infant's life by performing cpr and rushing the baby to the hospital. 39-year-old nicca gnash has been charged. >> the bay area is bracing for one of the coldest nights of the year. how the cold may actually help certain plants. >> reporter: right now we happen to be at fire station 2 in san rafael. their fire trucks are equipped with ski gees. they have access to high power water vacuums. this is how folks are preparing for freezing temperatures. at sunny side nursery, workers moved a couple thousand plants under an overhang. >> these are things that come in that we don't want it exposed to the freeze coming in. >> reporter: preparation here for tonight's freeze warning began days ago when these young citrus plants were moved out of the elements. >> this this has come out in the last couple of weeks. the tissue is soft and tender. this is the stuff that gets damaged. sounds like bill martin is calling for it to get down to 30 tonight, which below freezing but not real, not a killing frost. so people should be conscious of cove
CW
Dec 16, 2012 10:00pm PST
a consideration for the first woman in line at this san francisco theater. i just want to see the movie. >> so why the potential for nausea? it's the first major studio film to use 3d technology to reassembly hd tv. it's making images more vivid and intention than ever. patrick of the best of my recollection ly film insurance institute, it's going to be very crisp around the edges. >> don't expect it to replace the more comfortable viewing experience. >> it's very organic, easy on the eyes and it contains that mystical quality that film has that is a little bit dreamlike. >> some hobbit fans didn't want to camp out and spend money on a movie that would make me sick. >> i would like to see if this is going to make the movie industry forward into making a different kind of film or another gimmick. >> warner brothers says it has not encountered problems with audiences with motion sickness. they'll be part of a ground breaking advancement in the movie going experience. >>> who's defense played better, the raiders or the 49ers? new england scores 28 straight points but that's only part of the story. th
ABC
Dec 16, 2012 11:00pm PST
expensive city? san francisco at $3.83. vallejo has the cheapest prices at $3.49 a gallon. >>> it is not a cure all, but one remedy is to give and receive a big hug. that's what volunteers from the hunting happiness project were going at the oakland farmer's market today. the group of good samaritans were offering notes of encouraging words. they seemed touched with the random words of kindness. >> >> i will take a hug. it was encouraging. >> i got two hugs from complete strangers. i thought it was so heartwarming considering all that is going on in the world these days. >> the project offers help to people who need food or are homeless. >>> ski resorts in the sierra are happy, but travelers will have a slippery drive over the next several days. there is a lot of snow on the ground already. plenty for the kids to enjoy on the holiday break. more snowfall is expected tonight and tomorrow. the snow elevation is down to about 2500 feet and is expected to continue to drop over the next few days. meteorologist leigh glaser is here. we have some more systems coming our way. >> e
ABC
Dec 17, 2012 2:00am PST
-november. the bay area is averaging $3.71 a gallon. the most expensive city? san francisco at $3.83. vallejo has the cheapest prices at $3.49 a gallon. >>> it is not a cure all, but one remedy is to give and receive a big hug. that's what volunteers from the hunting happiness project were going at the oakland farmer's market today. the group of good samaritans were offering notes of encouraging words. they seemed touched with the random words of kindness. >> >> >> i will take a hug. it was encouraging. >> i got two hugs from complete strangers. i thought it was so heartwarming considering all that is going on in the world these days. >> the project offers help to people who need food or are homeless. >>> ski resorts in the sierra are happy, but travelers will have a slippery drive over the next several days. there is a lot of snow on the ground already. plenty for the kids to enjoy on the holiday break. more snowfall is expected tonight and tomorrow. the snow elevation is down to about 2500 feet and is expected to continue to drop over the next few days. meteorologist leigh glaser is here. som s
ABC
Dec 18, 2012 4:00pm PST
on the san francisco skyway.f@2> it's really heavy out there. be prepared to wait. stay with us. abc 7 news >>> instagram backed off service that was released yesterday. >> the policy stated koit share user pictures, likeness and information with facebook that, information could then be used for advertising through both serviceej9ñ autos after anger owe online, today, instagra m announced it will issue a new policy on the wlog, the co-founder says there is misinformation about changes and says there is no intent to sell user photos. the plan to create advertising based on interests. he said instagram does not own user photo autos neels ongeting into radio. cloud software giving ora cell a big boost. >> that and more on this afternoon's bloomberg after the bell report. >> ora cell after the bell and the company generated $4 billion in profit on sales of more than $9 kbrinl. both numbers topped analyst estimates. customers have been adding cloud computing software that can be accessed online, and that is helping offset weakness in hardware business much came through sun micro kiss sis tims.
KRON
Dec 30, 2012 11:00pm PST
to be a thing of the past in san francisco. parking meters will no longer be free on sundays starting in january. kron4's maureen kelly explains how the new parking enforcement plan will work. >> reporter: time is running out for free parking on sunday. starting january 6th the city's nearly 30-thousand meters will start accepting cash and credit.seven days a week. on sundays meters will be enforced from noon to six p-m citywide.charging between 25 cents to five dollars and 75 cents an hour depending on where they are located. it's a new fact of urban life that's startling to those who like to run errands on what has traditionally been a day of rest. >> it is nice on the senate not to have to pay. although i do not drive that much. it is nice to -- on a sunday not to have to pay. >> reporter: it's also disappointing to those attending mass at st boniface in the tenderloin.where parking and money is tight. >> we are very multicultural, most of our parish jurors drive and do not have a lot of extra pocket change. >> reporter: but those attending events like church services won't have to leave the
KRON
Dec 18, 2012 5:00pm PST
. >> kevin gahagan with mosaic financial partners in san francisco says. if you know you have a big purchase next year requiring you to cash out of some of your investments, you might consider cashing out before the end of the year. to avoid that tax. >>pam: there are also concerns of the higher capital gains tax? >> yes. it could be higher, or that is another reason if you aren't born to need cash. in the need to cash out your investments it is possibly better to do it now. as opposed to-if your - know that you kn need cash. you're going to need possible cash next week. >> there is a clear evening tonight with high clouds in the distance. temperatures not that bad with 40's and 50's. however, changes with a freeze warning for the north bay valleys and a frost advisory. do not be surprised if you see upper 20s. with mainly clear conditions. tomorrow, similar to what we saw today if not cooler. however, let us focus our attention on the morning lows. 20's in napa. certainly, bundle up. keeping your scarf handy. although it will be sunny temperatures are going to be struggling into the 50s. he
CBS
Dec 16, 2012 5:30pm PST
4 spoke with parishioners at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. >> it's times like tease that our faith becomes apparent. the important thing is not to lose hope. >> reporter: people with heavy hearts came to st. mary's cathedral for comfort and community. >> my heart is full of sorrow, and i'm here for my family to hug my children and be blessed. >> reporter: the church put up a memorial to the people that died in connecticut with white ribbons and a prayer for their souls. >> our hearts are all torn. >> how can anybody really hurt kids? >> the church has a book where you can write and register your prayers. there are a lot of words. >> we are going to now join cbs's special report. the president is about to speak in sandy hook. >> thank you, governor. to all of the families, first responders, to the community of newtown, clergy, guests. scripture tells us, do not lose heart. though outwardly we are wasting away, inwardly we are being renewed day by day. for light and momentarily troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. so we fix our ey
CBS
Dec 16, 2012 6:00pm PST
attack led to change in california >> jeff: in the san francisco bay area this weekend police collected more than 500 handguns as part of a holiday gun buyback. that's one approach meant to reduce gun violence in california. lee cowan tonight reports on another effort that came in response to a 1989 school shooting. >> when it happened at cleveland elementary in stockton california some 23 years ago many thought a school shooting couldn't get any worse. a troubled man with an assault rifle killed five students and wounded 29 others. while it sadly wasn't the last or even worse school shooting in the country, it did lead to california's ban on assault weapons. the first in the nation. it wasn't a perfect solution. in the eyes of gun enthusiasts but at least the ban was an effort to do something to stem the violence. in the wake of connecticut, many california leaders wonder where that resolve is today. >> if not after this, then seriously just shame on all of us, seriously, shame on the leadership of this country. >> reporter: gavin newsom is california's lt. governor but his current ang
ABC
Dec 17, 2012 3:00am PST
events in san francisco and oakland, california drew hundreds of people. many of them said they turned over their weapons because they were moved by the connecticut tragedy. >> i feel this is something that might hurt somebody some day, you know, then i would feel terrible about that. >> when the community says enough is enough, i think you've got a good chance of something like this. >> the gun owners received $200 for each weapon they brought in. there were similar buybacks in brooklyn, new york and washington, d.c. and in prince george's county, maryland. >> you think about the staggering number. there are more than 200 million guns already on the streets of america. so one, that questions how effective any gun control could be. it seems like the genie is way out of the bottle. i guess every little bit helps, so some of those buyback programs have been successful in some cities. >>> coming up next, some of the other major headlines this morning, including that health scare for hillary clinton. >> what the secretary of state's illness and injury means to a major investigation in wash
CBS
Dec 18, 2012 6:00am PST
. >>> this friday night there will be a candlelight vigil for a high school senior who was killed in san francisco's bayview district. police say 17-year-old montreal blakely was shot 10:00 saturday night. he was a starting defensive back on the football team at concord high school. police say the investigation is ongoing. so far, there have been no arrests. >>> a pharmacy worker is being treated for a leg wound after an attempted robbery in san francisco about 6:30 last night at a pharmacy on cesar chavez street. police are looking for the two would-be robbers and a third suspect who drove the getaway car. >>> all right. on your tuesday morning, it's 10 minutes after 6:00. uhm, millions of credit card customers are getting refunds. when those affected will get their money. >> plus, evictions at a bay area mobile home park. why hundreds of people are being forced out. ,, ,,,, [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacles military families face, we understand. at usaa, we know military life is different. we've been there. that's why every bit of financial advice we offer is geared spe
ABC
Dec 17, 2012 4:00am PST
in a chimney in san francisco. join us com and videos taken from his home will reveal the motive. >>> finally this morning, an outpouring of grief and support in the face of senseless violence. >> the people of newtown, connecticut, have banded together since the shooting and other americans are so moved by the tragedy, they're finding their own way to lend a hand. once again, here's abc's lara spencer. ♪ >> reporter: on a cold, crisp, new england night, residents gathered at makeshift memorials all over town, trying to make sense of the impossible. >> i'm just waiting to wake up from this nightmare. >> reporter: they were joined by hundreds of strangers who traveled far and wide trying to help. why did you need to be here? >> i'm a mother. i'm a mother. >> reporter: a mother from new york city. a chaplain from north carolina. how important is it to give back to this community? >> i have grandsons exactly the same age of the victims. my heart was -- i just was moved. >> reporter: this fire house is now the site of 26 christmas trees, one for each soul taken at sandy hook school. each one do
CBS
Dec 17, 2012 4:00am PST
towns like camden, new jersey, and san francisco, california, are offering cash for guns in an attempt to get weapons off the street. lee cowan reports on how a mass shooting in 1989 led to a tough new law. >> reporter: when it happened at cleveland elementary, in stock on the, california, some 23 years ago, some thought a school shooting couldn't get any worse. a troubled man with an assault rifle killed five students and wounded 29 others. while it sadly wasn't the last or worst school shooting in the country, it did lead to california's ban on assault weapons, the first in the nation. it wasn't a perfect solution in the eyes of gun enthusiasts but at least the ban was an effort to do something to stem the violence. in the wake of connecticut, many california leaders wonder where that resolve is today. >> if not after this, then seriously just shame on all of us. seriously, shame on the leadership of this country. >> gavin newsom is california's lieutenant governor, but his current anger stems from being a parent more than a politician. >> this has to be the moment where you say, sto
CBS
Dec 18, 2012 5:30pm PST
of the san francisco-based law center to
NBC
Dec 17, 2012 5:00pm EST
special. >> it's all about you all, right? are you all excited? yay! >> san francisco's nfl star vernon davis was back in his hometown after playing late sunday night near boston, here he was passing out gifts to children who now attend truce dale just like he did. >> the dunbar and maryland graduate said it was important for him to be there. >> you drove eight hours? >> i did. we left at 2:00 a.m. it was important i come back here. i remember when i was a kid always wanted that hero to show up. >> reporter: davis at 6'3" to youered over the children, many of the same age as those in connecticut's sandy hook school. >> very touching, very touching, sad. it shows how much we have to pay attention and love the kids, especially right now. >> reporter: principal mary ann stinson was glad to have the diversion. >> my hope is parents turn the tv off over the weekend so the boys and girls had a little little exposure as possible. it's really unprecedented. we're really going by what our heart tells us and listens to the boys and girls. >> reporter: in the district, tom sherwood, news4. >>> tha
FOX News
Dec 18, 2012 7:00pm EST
tradition like it is today. that's when the san francisco ballet put the first u.s. production and marketed to families. but the curtain went up on the nutcracker 120 years ago today. now you know the news for this tuesday, december 18. dad's
ABC
Dec 19, 2012 1:40am PST
. the unnamed movie was on a hard drive. it was stolen from a car in san francisco last month. now, two suspects were arrested after surveillance video showed them breaking into cars in a parking garage. police recovered all kinds of electronic devices but the hard drive may have been sold and the movie erased. >> the person who purchased it probably wipes it clean to get rid of evidence or that could have been done prior. and that's my sense of what happened. >> well, paramount is worried that someone may copy and distribute the movie if it still exists. there are no details about the actual content of the film. >>> more trouble for toyota. now facing a record fine by the u.s. government. the automaker was ordered to pay $17.4 million for delaying a recall and for being slow to report problems to federal regulators. this is the fourth fine against toyota in the last two years. analysts point out, though, this fine is a small fraction of the automaker's earnings. >>> and talk about instant outrage. instagram, which allows you to dramatically enhance digital photos, ignited a social media rebelli
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